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  • Rookcnu

    My University has been using this service for almost two years now for its Emergency Management Team whenever there is a crisis on campus (fire, robbery, snow, hurricane, etc.) It has worked very well for us. The only draw back is that the “free” version that you have discussed here requires that the call in number is a long distance number. Not too much of an issue in this day and age with unlimited cell phone calling plans for those who call in. But sometimes people are calling in from home on a land line and the calls have gone on for an hour or two on some occasions. So the person calling in uses up long distance. Obviously – you can avoid that by paying for their pro service that gives you an 800 number – but then it wouldn’t be free. We also love the summary it sends you after each call.

    Works great!

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